STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Friday announced the suspension of domestic flight services till April 14. The services were earlier snapped on March 22, coinciding with the nationwide lockdown call given by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. While the DGCA had then ordered the suspension of services till March 31, the aviation regulator on Friday decided to extend the same till April 14, 2020. The restrictions have been imposed in view of the novel coronavirus outbreak in India. A day earlier, the Aviation Ministry extended the ban on international flights as well till April 14. The commutation services were also snapped to prevent the transmission of virus from one town to another. “All domestic operators engaged in scheduled, non-scheduled and private aircraft operations in India shall ensure strict compliance of the order,” DGCA said in a statement.
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